3 October 2019
Beneficial insects in organic greenhouses

Workshop for growers at Northdown Orchard, Hants

23 October 2019
Soil nutrient management

A workshop with Mark Measures



10 September 2019
Agroforestry benefits natural enemies and pollinators

Evaluating the effects of integrating trees into temperate arable systems on pest control and pollination

2 September 2019
Interactive effects of cover crops and weeds in low tillage

New paper from the OSCAR project



21 March 2019
In adversity, what are farmers doing to be more resilient?

Opportunities, barriers and constraints in organic techniques helping to improve the sustainability of conventional farming

Accreditation

The IOTA accreditation scheme ensures that accredited members operate to high standards of technical competence and professional conduct.

Developed in consultation with DEFRA, the accreditation scheme provides a means of ensuring that those commissioning work, including the government agencies and individual farmers, can identify those with the competence and specific expertise to meet their requirements.

Accredited members directory

Details of Accredited Members are maintained on the IOTA directory which is accessible to the public and promoted and used by the Soil Association, Organic Farmers & Growers Ltd., Organic Centre Wales, the Organic Research Centre and other organisations to identify appropriate advisers and trainers. Click here to access the list.